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$25 million grant aims to transform patient care

A grant from the James M. Cox Foundation will launch new patient-centered care models at Emory designed to improve patient experiences and outcomes. Prostate cancer care will be the initial clinical focus of the model.

Research examines how fungi help or harm monarch butterflies

A study by Emory biologist Jaap de Roode's lab explores how fungi on the roots of milkweed plants affect the chemistry of the leaves, which impacts the health of monarch butterflies. The findings add to the understanding of disease ecology and could be important to human health.

Fire Safety Office makes Safe Campus Top 25 list

Emory's Fire Safety Office has been named to the 2016 Top 25 list by Safe Campus in recognition of its creative efforts to increase fire safety awareness on campus. View "The Cooking Fire Challenge" to test your knowledge of ways to reduce the risk of cooking fires.

Halloween events, from scary to scholarly

Mix with mummies, take a walk in the cemetery, or discuss "Zombethics" -- the ethical questions invoked by the undead -- as Emory celebrates Halloween with a full slate of events beginning Sunday, Oct. 18.

Annual benefits enrollment opens Friday

Emory's annual benefits enrollment period continues through Nov. 2, giving faculty and staff an opportunity to review current benefits and make changes for the upcoming year. Learn more about the 2016 plans.

Take Note

Dexter named CEO of Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital

Prose writer Reginald McKnight to give annual Phillis Wheatley Reading

Lectures delve into Qur'an, Bible, Islamic studies

Development programs offer career opportunities

Faculty in the News

Ed Lee
"Who scored points in style, performance in debate," CNN Newsroom, Oct. 14

Dorothy Brown
"It's official: The 1 percent own half the world's wealth," NPR Marketplace, Oct. 13

Jonathan Nash
"Technology, search costs and the standard for effective counsel," The Hill, Oct. 9

Emory's Sustainable Food Fair

Engage Emory

Emory’s 10th annual Sustainable Food Fair is set for Friday, Oct. 16, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cox Hall Bridge. Enjoy educational tables, a farmers market and entertainment showcasing the sustainable food movement in Atlanta. Bring cash to purchase from local vendors.

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